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Owned by Joshua Gilmer
"Joshua"
Bolter # 26030
Madison,  Mississippi

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20 December 2010
# 2845

More pictures of my old truck

From Joshua :

I just purchased this 1952 Chevrolet 3600.

When I was in high school, I owned a 1954 International Harvester pickup. With much regret, I sold that old truck because someone offered me more than I had originally paid for it.

I have been wanting another old truck ever since. I placed a "Wanted" ad in my local newspaper awhile back and received a call from a guy who rebuilds old tractors. It turned out that he wanted to let this old truck go from back behind his shop. So I jumped at the opportunity.

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I bought and installed a new six volt coil, six volt battery, spark plugs and wires. I plan to fix this truck up and make it my everyday mode of transportation.

First thing on the agenda is getting it out of the weeds and cleaning it up.

Thanks for the welcome-- this sight has already been a great help.



Joshua





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